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Distribution Methods

At or below 200% Federal Poverty Level (FPL),* adjusted for household size No prescription coverage? Need Pfizer medicines? At or below 200% FPL,* adjusted for household size At or below 200% FPL,* adjusted for household size · Have no prescription coverage · Live in the US, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands

Free Pfizer medicines provided to eligible patients through physicians

Doctors' offices

Lower-income patients with prescription coverage may still be eligible for assistance if they are experiencing significant financial or medical hardship.

Free Pfizer medicines provided to eligible patients served by eligible community health centers Free Pfizer medicines provided to eligible patients served by eligible disproportionate-share hospitals · 2 levels of savings · People with income at or below 400% FPL* have access to greater savings

More than 400 federally qualified community health centers

If you don't have prescription coverage, call Pfizer Helpful Answers® We can help you get . the medicines you need. · You can save on Pfizer medicines, no matter your age or income. In fact, 95% of the Pfizer medicines provided last year were free · A live operator will answer your call · You may still save if you take medicines not made by Pfizer. We connect you with the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) for help


More than 45 qualified federally designated disproportionate-share hospitals · More than 95% of retail pharmacies nationwide · Mail-order service

Patients may also learn about these other Pfizer patient assistance programs: FirstRESOURCETM, Pfizer RSVP ProgramTM, Pfizer Bridge Program®

Individual Pfizer Programs and Other Patient Assistance Programs

Patients may also receive contact information for the following programs managed by Pfizer partners: Aricept® Patient Assistance Program, Spiriva® HandiHaler® Patient Assistance, and MS LifeLinesTM

Aricept is a registered trademark of Eisai Co., Ltd. Spiriva HandiHaler is a registered trademark of Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

More than 100 Pfizer medicines for free or at a savings, including:



(amlodipine besylate/ atorvastatin calcium)










Norvasc Relpax Spiriva Sutent

® ®

(latanoprost ophthalmic solution)

(doxazosin mesylate)

(amlodipine besylate) (eletriptan HBr)




· Not eligible for Medicare · Under 400% FPL* · Legal US or Puerto Rico resident

· Savings on 300+ brand-name prescription products (including Pfizer medicines) · Savings also available on a wide range of generic products


Majority of pharmacies nationwide

Together Rx Access and the Together Rx Access Logo are registered trademarks of Together Rx Access, LLC.

Detrol LA

(tolterodine tartrate extended release capsules)

(azithromycin extended release) for oral suspension




(tiotropium bromide inhalation powder) (sunitinib malate) capsules




*Eligibility for certain programs requires that patients be below specific annual income levels. 200% of the 2009 Federal Poverty Level (FPL) for the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia are as follows: (household size of 1) $21,660; (2) $29,140; (3) $36,620; (4) $44,100; (5) $51,580. 400% of the FPL are as follows: (1) $43,320; (2) $58,280; (3) $73,240; (4) $88,200; (5) $103,160. For persons in a family household greater than 5, or if you live in Alaska or Hawaii, please call 1-866-706-2400. FPL guidelines are updated annually. For information on the current FPL, visit

Glucotrol XL

(glipizide) extended release tablets












(sildenafil citrate)

(atorvastatin calcium)



Patients who lack prescription coverage and also need medicines from other companies may call the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) for help getting medicines. The PPA is a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs, including nearly 200 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies. Call 1-888-4PPA-NOW or visit for more information. Pfizer participates in the PPA. Pfizer Helpful Answers is a joint program of Pfizer Inc and the Pfizer Patient Assistance FoundationTM.

PHA00145A ©2009 Pfizer Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in USA/May 2009

(nelfinavir mesylate)


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